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Coalition for Suicide Prevention

Please help us identify gaps and strengths

We need your help identifying the gaps and strengths in the system of care and supports for suicide prevention in Clackamas County, with the goal to make them more equitable and responsive to people at risk across the county and across the lifespan. 

We are a community-led coalition that works collaboratively to prevent suicide and support people who have experienced suicide loss. Those participating decide the priorities for action. Examples of priorities include:

  • Encourage outreach and communication for suicide prevention
  • Improve equitable access and coordination for treatment, services & supports
  • Increase awareness of risk factors and warning signs

All are welcome. Every community, culture, race, or organization in our county has been affected by suicide, no one is immune from it. We invite participation from anyone who is concerned and wants to work collaboratively.

Feb. 18, 2020   minutes presentation
Jan. 21, 2020   minutes presentation
Dec. 17, 2019   minutes  
Nov. 19, 2019   minutes presentation
Oct. 15, 2019   minutes presentation
Sept. 17, 2019   minutes presentation
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March 19, 2019   minutes  
Feb. 19, 2019   minutes presentation
Jan. 15, 2019   minutes presentation
Dec. 11, 2018 agenda   charter draft
Nov. 13, 2018 agenda   minutes presentation
Oct. 16, 2018 agenda minutes presentation

 

Contact Us
Department Staff
Kathy Turner
Program Planner
503-742-5962

Office Hours:

⚠ Due to COVID-19, our offices are closed to the public. At this time the closure is expected to continue through April 20. Our employees are available and working to meet your needs remotely.

24-7 crisis and support line: 503-655-8585

Non-emergency: 503-742-5335

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